Chelsea Karnes has dreamed of moving out west to "wide open spaces" ever since reading her first cowboy romance at age. So when Chelsea gets offered a teaching position at an "alternative" elementary school in Texas she sees it as fate's design and goes all in. Even hooking up with a cowboy on her. Parker Trent is now a careful man. He's inherited a sizeable dairy farm from his father, and he himself looks at the purity of his milk and the purity of his dating record: he only dates tourists. Dating to be in the middle of a happy new year, up and down the new school.
This was a decent enough book. It follows a lot of the basic unplanned pregnancy tropes. Both main characters were ok. I was able to read it quick enough.
**I voluntarily read and reviewed this book